Whitney Museum of American Art

945 Madison Avenue (at E. 75th St.)
New York, NY 10021
(212) 570-3600 | whitney.org | map
Nearest subway station: 6 @ 77 St.
Nearest elevator subway station: F @ Lexington Ave.-63 St.

Wed-Thurs 11AM-6PM | Fri 1PM-9PM | Sat-Sun 11AM-6PM
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. Open on July 4.

Focus: Twentieth century and contemporary American art, with a special focus on works by living artists.

Appealing to kids: Even though some of the subject matter may be too mature, the colors, shapes, and style of contemporary art can be attractive and inspiring to children. The museum has many programs to help young people of all ages explore the works, including Saturday morning tours and activities for the entire family; stroller tours for parents and babies 0-18 months; guided visits for children ages 4-5; sketching tours for older children ages 6-10; after-school programs for high school students; and a sensory-friendly tour for children on the autism spectrum. The Whitney Kids website invites artists ages 8-12 to collect their favorite works, share opinions, and take quizzes.

Admission: General Admission $20; Ages 19-25, Seniors over 65, Full-Time Students $16; Members and Ages 18 and under Free. Online ticket purchase available.

Stroller policy: Strollers are permitted in the Collection galleries on the 5th Floor. Special exhibitions may prohibit strollers; ask a Visitor Services representative or security guard. Strollers may be left in the coat check, and backpacks and large bags must be checked.

Elevators: Yes.

Changing table: Yes, in the men’s and ladies’ rooms on the Lower Level.

Food & drink: Untitled at the Whitney is located on the Lower Level and offers classic American food in a casual and contemporary setting.

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